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1908 FOURTH OF JULY 1908
Complete Program for Hilo's Celebration
Friday, July 3rd, !908
S. !:00 a. nj- Aquatic Sports, unier supervision of P. 0. Bcamer.
10:00 a. m. Baseball at Mooheau Park. 12:00 NOON WILD WEST
SHOW ANp RACES, AT HOOLULU PARK. 8:00 p. m. Grand Ball
at the Armory, superintended by N. C. Willfon?.
Saturday, July 4th, 1908
9:00 a. m. Parade, start from Armory; Company D, National
Guard of Hawaii; Hilo Band, under Direction of Bandmaster Carvalho;
School Children, Societies, Eetc, superintended by Captain Fetter.
10:00 a. m. Sports for Children at Mooheau Park, under direction of
E. E. Richards. 11:00 a. m. literary Exercises at Mooheau Pavilion;
Musical Selections by the Hilo band; Invocation by Rev. C. E. Shields;
singing of "America" by School Children; Oration, by RevC. W. Hill.
Declaration of Independence, by Chis. Weatherbce; Patriotic Song and
Flag Drill, by School Children; Benediction, by Father. lewis. 12:00
Noon Salute of 21 Guns by Company D; Music by the Hilo Band.
1:00 P. M. WILD WEST SHOW AND BACES AT HOOLULU PARK.
ENTRANCES for the 1 1-4 Mile Free-for-AU and One Mile, Hawaii
an Bred Merchants' Stakes Races, will close at Office of the Volcano Sta
bles. 6 P. M. on Monday, June 29th.
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If there is any chance of reducing or curing Ringbone, Sidebone,
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Large Crowd At Aala
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE STANDINGS
V. V. U rcU
Kiialas . r I 1 .800
l'alainMH. I " 1 .750
Jaimni'80 :t 3 .100
C. A. C '. 2 3 .400
AlohRS 1 6 .102
The Kunln A. C. ilefciitlnK the Chi
nese Alolius by the Rcorc of S to 7
nnd the Chinese A. C. runnlnB nwny
from the Nlppons hy tlio scoro of 11
to 3 were the results Of the two Iiiibo
hall games at Aala Park yesterday.
Neither of the Raines was ns good
as usual: there wasn't much excite
ment manifested during the games,
although n large .crowd was on hand.
In tho first game the Chinese Alo
has played much better hall than
formerly and nearly managed to win
out nt the end. During tho seventh
Inning both teams tied the scoro nt
7 to 7. In tho eighth neither sldo
managed to send a man across thri
The ninth was exciting. Kupa
was the first man up nnd he cot to
tho Initial sack nil Avail' Ir throw
from short. Chllllngworth retired,
from pitcher to first, advancing Ku
pa to second. Iloopll reached first
on an error. Mnl;nuuf fanned, hut
Kupa scored on tho lday. Frcltas
flew to short.
In the Alohas' half llrlto singled
to center, hut tho next three batters
died one, two. nnd three.
The 'jananeso had all the luck
against thcm In tho Becond game.
Jack Fibres and Mlchl, two of tho
best players In the Nippon nine,
were laid up nnd substitutes were
put In the game. After making a
hard fight, the Chinese lads defeated
them by the score of 11 to 3. This
will probably lose nil their chances
for championship honors.
Ross took Florcs' place in tho box,
but the Chinese batters found him
too generally nnd hit his balls wher
ever they pleased. Akina pitched n
good game for the Chinese.
KAAI,A A. C. '
Alliums!) O A K
8. Parker, ss... 3 210020
Kupa. cf 4 3 2 0 1 O 1
Chllllngworth, 2h.r 110 3 2 1
Hoopll. rf 4 0 2 0 2 0 0
Maknnul, lb r. 0 2 0 6 1 0
Freltas, 3b li 0 0 0 1 1 0
Smith, It 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Butler, c 4 1 1 0 13 1 0
.3 1 0 t 0 2 0
Totals , 37 8 9 1 27 9 2.
All n mi 811 OAK
K. Akann, rf ...3 1 0 0 1
V. Avail, ss ....I 1 2 1 6
English, If 4 0 0
llrjto, r r. 0 1
Townsend. 2b . . 3 1 1
A. Akann, .II1...I
'. Zcrhc. lh..,.r
Ho Yup, 4 0
1 2 0
1 0 ,8
2 0 3
Totals 30 7 9 3 27 11
Ktins and base hits by Innings:
1 2 3 4 li 6 7 8 9
Knaln 10 10 110 0 1
II. II 201131100
C. Alohas 20011030 0
II. II 022210101
Chllllngworth, Duller, ami Kcrbo.
Two-base hits: Kupa, Chllllngworth,
Maknnul, Wnklta; Aynu, and Town
send. First base on balls: Off Me
dolros, 5; Ho Yup, 3. Struck out:
Hy Medelros, 11; lip Yup. . lift
by. pitcher: 'Townsend. Double plays:
Aynu, unassisted;; Zcrbo to Aynu.
Ilnlk: Ho Ylip. Passed balls: llrlto,
1. Wild pltchcv. Parker, Townsend,
CHINESK A. C.
aii ami si! o a i:
Sing Chong. ss.,2 0 1 1 0 1 0
Hong Chark, rf. .5 1
Chi Ilul, c 5 1
Aklna, p 4 2
E Aynu, 3! .... 1 2
Eng Sang, lb
W. Aynu. cr
Mon Yin, If .
Asam, 2b . . .
Totals 32 1111 6 27.40 3
JAPANESE A. C.
ADR fill SI1 OAK
Mncsaka, lf-rf ..4 0 0 0. 2 0 0
Stecrc, cr 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
TetRilJI, rf-lf ...2000000
J. Ross, i 4 2 1 2 1 2 0
IAinlng, c I 1 2; 0 n 2 0
Picknrd, lb ....4 0 1 0 10 0 1
Notley, 2b .....'3 0. 0 0 4 4 0
Kalpo. 3b 3 0 0 0 112
Kunlll, ss' , 3 0 ,fl 0 0 2 2
Ilannmalknl, rf, .1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 32 3 I 2 24 11 S
Runs and base hits by Innings:
1234 T 6789
Chinese '.03040202 11
II. II 03 150 101 11
Jnps . . 0 10 10 0 0 0 1 3
II. H 0 1000 100 2 I
On May 30th twenty-five cowboys
stnrtod from Evnnston, Wyoming, for
Denver, n dlstnnce of over 400 miles.
In tin cpdurnnco race ncross country.
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Abo Attcll lias gone cast to'look
for matches with Packcy MiFar
land, Owen Mornn, Adolph Wolgast,
and Charlie Grlffln.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
IN THE BIG LEAGUE:
Punahous, 7; Diamond Heads, 6.
Kamchamehas, 2; Saints, 1.
Kaalas, 8; Alohas, 7.
C. A. 0.. 11; Jap. A. C, 3.
Advertisers, 21 ; ' Mercantilcs, 1.
Paradise, 13; Stan, ?.
Asahi Juniors, 10; Fusoos, 4,
Tokiwas, 13; Xachos, 9.
ON QUARANTINE ISLAND:
Asahis,16: Quarantines, 10.
Twilights, 10; Leahis, 4.
Hylands, 13; Y. T. W., 10.
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it WAIMJKU, Maul, Juno 8. it
it Tho result of Sunday's games it
U nt Wells Park follows; U
it Wnlkapu"8, Hcalanl 6. tX
ii Stars. 7, Kahulul 5. it
IIIIIE WlJlSME .
A stroke tournament was held yes
terday by tho Hnlclwa Golf Club on
their links, John Little winning tho
first prize with n score of 80, Dr. II.
Wood taking second prlzo with 83.-
J. S. Owen llnlshed with 87, nnd oth
ers ns follows: Judgo A. 8. Mnhntilu,
80; II. Johnson, 88; nnd A. E. W.
The day was lino for coUflnc. nnd
(he Ilnk8jn the best of condition.
RACES- WILL BE HEID
H ON THE lllfl
Races will bo held nt Kaplolanl
Park on tho 11th. which was onco
the great raco day In tho Islands.
The "surprise party" which beat Ma-
knnhi on Saturday is again matched
with tho fast cnnrtcr-mller for tho
distance, nnd other race's are to be
Tho surprise of a lifetime was giv
en the local horsemen when a little
pony from Hawaii ran away from
Makaala at Kaplolanl Park, The lit
tle mare is owned by tho Lcnhl Dairy
and she can go some. She weighs
nbout 700 pounds. Distance of tho
raco was a quarter, and tho tlmo
25 3-4 seconds.
Louis Warren's Indigo defeated
Wnltcr Mncfarlane's Sure Shot In .a
three-eighths match, by a neck, in
the time of 38 1-4 seconds. Willis
rode 'the winner. Ho leaves for Hilo
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ST. PKTEUSIlUna, Kussln, Juno 6. Stchaffrcy, manager of tho
French car In the New York-to-I'arls race, has arrived horo by rail. Ho
left his car nt Vladivostok, Siberia.
8 FROM THE PRESS BOX tt
LcbIIo was taken from his quiot
nap on tho bench to relievo Illll
Chllllngworth In tho seventh, but
could not locate tho, pinto till after
he hnd allowed two figures to appear
against him. Some of the fnns think
(hat n change In slabsters at that
tlmo was ill-ndvised, as Chill was
just getting Into flno throwing form.
tt it tr
Kla's long drive to tho score-board
In tho second, Bcorlng Uurns and
chalking up a honiC-run for himself,
was one of the longest hits ever ro
corded In the big league book. LI lie
a goU ball. It got away on a slow
rise and with a good roll to It, soon
found Itself burled under the deep
tt n a
Olmos misjudged Henderson's pop
fly in left, allowing the bnttcr two
bags. With an overthrow from Da
vis to Chllllngworth, on Desha's
bunt Immediately after, Henderson
came trotting home.
a a a
Doc. Monsarrot was unusually
strong In voice and In inharmonious
discord with Jack Doyle on tho Kw.i
blccchers. Doc. can always play a
strong game whon tho Colts have a
tt tt a
Kvcrs' one-handed stop wns with
out n doubt tho prettiest play of tho
season, nnd could not bo repented
again in a hundred trys one of
those plays you often read ubout, hut
n n a
Tho gnmes were Into In getting
under way Saturday, due to soma of
the players getting stalled nt a trans
fer point on the Rapid Transit line.
a ti n
Ileuter showed class Saturday. It
was his best exhibition thlti sonsqn,
and the fans now look for classy
work from his team,
a tt tt
Davis redeemed himself for his ov
erthrow bv placing a clenn on over
the loft-flcld fence and doing tho bags
with' time to burn.
tt tt tt
Harney was ycry quiet but restless
nt times, especially going to nnd .
from his stamping ground in right
x a a
Will someone present tho Knms
with a pair of hooks to keep them
from ovcrslidlng on tho steal?
Soarcs retired with a split finger
In tho fourth,, Harney getting into
tho catcher's harness for him.
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McKenzle put' up a beautiful buiyt
Ing game, doing much to givo Ks.
mehnmcha tho victory.
Kern found the Dlnmond Head
pitcher for three hits, something un
iibunl for tills pfayeri
a a a
Merger's band has not been In at
tendance for three gnmes. What can
tho matter he?
a a a
For pulling out of tight corners,
Saturday's gamos were remarkable.
a a a
ItNwas one day when the Diamonds
shone In spots ,only.
a a n
I! runs nnd Lota did somo tall tum
bling work on first.
a a a ,
a . a
Juno 10 Hawaiian Uun Club's
shoot for club championship.
Juno 10 Royal School Alumni so
cial. Juno 11 Knmehamohn Aquatlo
Juno It Hgwallun Gun Club's
semi-annual prUe shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian dun Club's unA
known anslrs shoot.
July 3-4 Hilo races.
July 4 Start Trans-Pacific Yacht
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